|Brenda Stephenson Psychologist, Art Waves #17|
Brenda Stephenson is a psychologist and professor at Redeemer University College in Ancaster. She believes in the concept of Creative Breakdown--the ways in which having a mental breakdown can open doors to creativity. For an interview that is both fascinating and heartening, tune in to this episode of Art Waves.
Keywords: creativity; breakdown; psychology; perspective
|193 Lisa Pijuan Nomura ( Sept. 8, 2013)|
Prepare to be inspired! Collage artist, storyteller, performance artist and creativity coach Lisa Pijuan-Nomura not only makes collages--she sounds like a collage. A colourful, stimulating pastiche of ideas that forms a unified whole. Her mantra is breathe, open up and create.
Keywords: The School of Physical Theatre; Jacques Lecoq; Speak; Staircase Theatre; Conrad Sichler; Toronto Storytelling School; Dan Yashinski; Festival of Oral Literatures; Judith Black; Brampton School of Theatre Arts; Beverly Lundy; collage; Gilda Radner; Judith Thompson; Adam Lazarus; Marjorie Chan; Marc Chagall; James Street North Studio; Eric Maisel; creativity coaching; Corin Raymond
|The Van Holsts on Family and Creativity, Art Waves #84|
Richard Van Holst is a writer and his nephew Tyler is a visual artist. Richard is a researcher at Redeemer University College, where Tyler is a student. Art Waves invited them to talk to us about their creative pursuits, as well as the roots of creativity in families.
Keywords: writing; visual art; roots of creativity; family; Charles Dickens; Georgina Hogarth